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Releasing the Right Side in the Golf Swing


By admin - Posted on 07 July 2008

When you are just getting started in the game of golf, there is a good chance that you don't think about your right side at all.  Whether you take lessons, play with online tutorials, or just look around and listen to what works, there is a good chance that you've been told that you need to focus on your left side.  In many ways, this makes a great deal of sense.  The left side is the one that will lead your weight shift towards the target, and that is the side that will do a lot for your accuracy, but when you are looking to play a great game of golf all around, you'll find that you need to think about the right hand side as well!

When you are thinking of releasing the right side in the golf swing, you'll find that you need to think about making sure that you don't slide your whole body in front of the ball. You need to understand that you should not turn the body through impact.  You'll find that you need to consider the fact that getting ahead of the ball without turning to the right hand side appropriately is a mistake.

If you are releasing the right side in the golf swing, you will soon discover that your swing is a great deal simpler, and also a great deal more powerful.  Though you may think that this would not be the case, consider how much more powerful your body will function if it is all acting  together.  When you can be mindful of your whole body and make sure that it acts as a complete unit, you will see your entire game improve.  You'll also find that for those who are right handed that this can actually help you with your accuracy as well.

As you can see, learning how to release the right side in the golf swing is essential for making sure that you are playing the game that you need to play.  Remember that you need to make sure that you don't rush the downswing.  You'll find that you will destroy all of your set up and your prosture this way, so take it slow. Think about the way that your body will use a right side turn to follow through.

Utilizing the right side in the golf swing will keep you even and in touch with your game, so don't let this resource pass you by; use your whole body to play the game that you love!




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